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The '''Center for Substance Abuse Prevention''' (CSAP) is a United States government agency|agency under the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). CSAP's mission is to reduce the use of illegal substances and the substance abuse|abuse of legal ones.[http://www.samhsa.gov/about-us/who-we-are/offices-centers/csap Center for Substance Abuse Prevention] official page at SAMHSA.gov CSAP promotes self-esteem and cultural pride as a way to reduce the attractiveness of drugs, advocates raising taxes as a way to discourage drinking alcohol by young people, develops alcohol and drug abuse|drug curricula, and funds research on alcohol and drug abuse prevention. CSAP encourages the use of "evidence-based programs" for drug and alcohol prevention. Evidence-based programs are programs that have been rigorously and scientifically evaluated to show effectiveness in reducing or preventing drug use....
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center for substance abuse prevention
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blum, terry c
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carmona, maria
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national conference on preventing and treating alcohol and other drug abuse, hiv infection, and aids in black communities (2nd : 1991 : atlanta, ga.)
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